Deer hunting is a popular activity in Wisconsin, and it is an important source of revenue for the state. However, there are concerns about the declining deer population and the impact of hunting on the environment. The listening session was an opportunity for hunters and lawmakers to discuss these issues and find ways to address them.
One of the main concerns raised by hunters was the declining deer population. They suggested that the state should take measures to increase the deer population, such as reducing the number of hunting permits issued. Lawmakers also expressed concern about the impact of hunting on the environment and suggested that the state should take steps to protect the environment.
Another issue discussed at the listening session was the safety of hunters. Hunters suggested that the state should take measures to improve safety, such as requiring hunters to wear bright clothing and providing safety training. Lawmakers also expressed concern about the safety of hunters and suggested that the state should take steps to ensure that hunters are safe while hunting.
The listening session was an important opportunity for hunters and lawmakers to discuss the issues related to deer hunting in Wisconsin. The concerns raised by hunters and lawmakers were valid, and the state needs to take steps to address these concerns. By working together, hunters and lawmakers can find solutions to the problems faced by the hunting community and ensure that deer hunting remains a popular and sustainable activity in Wisconsin.